You would think this article was a grotesque parody. You'd be wrong, unfortunately.
This nightmare was allowed to unfold in the streets of Halifax, the wonderful city I once knew in my youth now polluted by the very universities that were its crowning glory.
Take away this part of the story, in which is summarized the savage yet sterile end of identity politics:
Jade Byard Peek, a transgender woman of African-Nova Scotian and Mi'kmaq heritage, said she and others felt uncomfortable and under attack at last year's women's march. When she shared her experiences with march organizers, she said she received "near death threats" and was called an "angry black man" on social media.